Andrew Ogden

SENIOR LECTURER
Office: Agriculture, Nutrition, & Food Systems, Kendall Hall 416, Durham, NH 03824
Andrew Ogden

As a Senior Lecturer, my focus at UNH is primarily on teaching. I teach a variety of courses for the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Program. I teach the Food Production Field Experience, a 2 semester experiential course in which we grow a wide variety of vegetables for UNH Dining outlets. My interests lie in the sustainable production of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. Micro-climate enhancement for season extension is of great interest to me and much of my research has focused on high tunnel environments. I am passionate about tropical agriculture and agroforestry. I teach about these subjects in my course a Taste of the Tropics and while teaching abroad in places like Costa Rica and Peru. I am also conducting my doctoral research in Dr. Brent Loy’s lab focusing on the physiology of flowering, grafting, and powdery mildew resistance in the family Cucurbitaceae.

Education

  • M.S., Horticultural Science, University of Georgia
  • B.A., Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Courses Taught

  • BIOL 695: Biology Teaching Practices
  • SAFS 410: A Taste of the Tropics
  • SAFS 421: Introductory Horticulture
  • SAFS 510: Agricult & Devp't Neotropics
  • SAFS 600: Field Experience
  • SAFS 601: Fruit Crop Production
  • SAFS 679: Food Prod Field Experience I
  • SAFS 680: Food Prod Field Experience II
  • SAFS 795W: Investigations

Selected Publications

Ogden, A. B., Kim, J., Radcliffe, C. A., van Iersel, M. W., Donovan, L. A., & Sugiyama, A. (2011). Leaf and Bud Temperatures of Southern Highbush Blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum) inside High Tunnels. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HIGH TECHNOLOGY FOR GREENHOUSE SYSTEMS: GREENSYS2009, (893), 1319-1325. doi:10.17660/ActaHortic.2011.893.155

Ogden, A. B., & van Iersel, M. W. (2009). Southern Highbush Blueberry Production in High Tunnels: Temperatures, Development, Yield, and Fruit Quality During the Establishment Years. HORTSCIENCE, 44(7), 1850-1856. doi:10.21273/HORTSCI.44.7.1850

Ogden, A., & Loy, J. B. (2018, November 12). Use of Grafting to Promote Flowering in Late and Short-day Flowering Cultigens of Squash. In http://cucurbit2018.ucdavis.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018_Cucurbits_Abstracts_Book.pdf. UC Davis, CA.

Most Cited Publications